Palm Groove Guest House
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... hit the deck being promised that someone had set an alarm.
Naturally the 4am alarm hadn’t been set.
Being the first to wake, I had a pleasant quiet morning on the beach where the
odd yoga gurus where lost in tantric bliss. The odd long term traveller passed,
piercing blue eyes peering from extremely tanned faces. I also saw a couple of
blue eyed Indians which were quite startling.
Breakfast, for the other guys, consisted of
beer….then more ...
... and I think I panicked a bit and ended up gripping the accelerator tighter which resulted in twisting it and basically, well, I nearly drove into a shop. I remembered to brake in time but I think I might have given the poor guy a heart attack because my heart was certainly doing everything it could to try and break through my ribs, probably to give me a good bollocking. But yeah, that happened, and we still had to get back to Anjuna, in the dark, and ...
... on this beach and it’s the only thing that exists – and it’s a real
trial to remove ourselves from here that’s for sure! However as the saying does
go, all good things come to an end, and we do have some plans to move from
here, and finally bid India goodbye as we embark on the next leg of our
journey, we are also keeping our fingers crossed that someone very close to
home will be able to join us for a bit on our next leg of this ...
... and then Lucas did too. The normal arrival time was 1355 but it will be after 1500. Everyone will do their own thing for dinner. Inevitably somebody will be boring enough to eat in the resort two straight nights.
At the 1445 train stop, Lucas said it was another hour to go. Got off later at Curchorem to take some pix. Unbeknownst to me, the train started to roll. Ray and Lucas also had to scurry aboard. After I go to Andulucian Spain, will I be a boor ...
... good. We had a pretty seamless transfer from Arambol all the way down to Palolem. We took a tuk tuk down to Mapusa followed by three buses to Panaji then Margao then finally Palolem. Except for the first bus being excruciatingly slow all the buses were cheap, clean and not too packed and sweaty. We had literally no waiting time between buses, either the system isn't bad or we got very lucky! The buses cost a total of 81p and whereas a taxi all the way there would have ...